- A typical day at work involved organising indoor and outdoor games and activities for large groups of children between the ages of 0-12, organising and serving them lunch and dinner and organising an evening movie for them - I learned how to be patient and deal with difficult children while remaining friendly and happy towards them. I learned how to work as part of a team and under the direction of a supervisor - My co- workers were of a similar age and we got along really well which made the job an enjoyable experience - The hardest part of the job was keeping a large group of young children under control - The most enjoyable part of the job was playing games with children and encouraging them to make friends
The job was sold to me so enthusiastically I was so excited for the potential of the role. The reality is completely different. Place zero trust in staff, offer little to no flexibility. You are watched like a hawk. The time I spent working there knocked my confidence in every way. If you are hoping to further your career in hospitality run dont walk away from this hotel.
It's a lovely family run business and a great hotel but cannot recommend as somewhere good to work.